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The Town of Erie holds a Regular Municipal Mail Ballot Election the first Tuesday of April in even-numbered years to elect a Mayor and three Trustees. Trustees serve four-year staggered terms, the Mayor's term is two years and thus that position is on the ballot each Election. .
The purpose of the signature on the outside of the return envelope is to allow election officials to examine the return envelope and compare the information on the envelope to the voter registration records. This is to determine whether the ballot was submitted by an eligible elector who has not previously voted in the election.
Ballots are mailed to all registered voters with an address within the Town of Erie. If you didn't get a ballot it could be because:
Ballots will be mailed to voters beginning March 14, 2022. Please allow up to a full week for delivery. Please double check your address at www.GoVoteColorado.gov.
There are three ways you can vote:
Any resident of Erie who is at least 18 years of age by Election Day and who has lived in Colorado for at least 22 days preceding the election may vote in the Town election.
Residents can register with their COUNTY clerk or at www.govotecolorado.com. Same-day registration is also available at a Voter Service Center during the Center's open hours.
The Town of Erie does not use Ballot Track for local elections at this time, if you want to find out if your mailed or dropped-off ballot has been received by the Town Clerk - call 303-926-2733.
For Coordinated Elections (in November) Sign up for Ballot Track at either www.WeldVotes.com or www.BoulderCountyVotes.org. This allows you to track your mail ballot with the free service that will notify you when your ballot is printed, mailed, and received for processing.